The primary goal of erosion control is to:

Maintain water quality – source control – keep soil in place.
Not increase runoff quantity – maintain existing runoff volume through infiltration.
Maintain air quality – control dust by minimizing wind erosion.

Application Rate:

  • 40-60#s per acre –steep areas or soils prone to erosion should use the higher end of the range.
  • 1- 1 1/2#s per 1,000 square foot

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  • ECONOMY ANNUAL MIX–50 lb bag

    $32.50

    Mix of Annual Ryegrass, Barley and Crimson Clover. Fast germinating annual grasses and clover to help stabilize soils.

  • FINE FESCUE BLEND– 50 lb bag

    $102.50

    Mix of Creeping Red Fescue, Chewings Fescue and Sheeps Fescue.  These are low growing, perennial grasses and is the type of mix often referred to as a “no mow” mix.  They will not germinate as quickly as annual grasses.  This is a good mix to use around homes, meadows, etc.  This mix tolerates shade well.

  • PATHWAY-ROADWAY — 50 lb bag

    $89.50

    Mix of Creeping Red Fescue, Perennial Ryegrass and Hard Fescue.  These are low growing, perennial grasses that will tolerate shade well.  They will not germinate as quickly as annual grasses.  This is a good mix to use around homes, septic mounds, roadways, etc.

    Application Rate: 1-1 1/2 #s per 1,000 sq ft/40-60#s per acre

  • QUICK COVER — 50 lb bag

    $66.00

    Mix of Annual Ryegrass, Crimson Clover, Rose Clover and Zorro Fescue. Fast germinating annual grasses and clovers to help stabilize soils.

    Application Rate: 1-1 1/2 #s per 1,000 sq ft/40-60#s per acre

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    SEA RANCH MEADOW MIX– 50 lb bag

    $120.00
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    Vineyard Special (Permanent Cover Crop) — 50 lb bag

    $123.50

    Mix of Blando Brome, Crimson Clover, Rose Clover and Zorro Fescue. Fast germinating annual grasses and clovers to help stabilize soils. This mix is an excellent choice to establishing a permanent cover crop.

    Application Rate: 1-1 1/2 #s per 1,000 sq ft/40-60#s per acre  If you are just planting between vineyard rows, 20-30 lbs per acre is generally adequate.